Wage Garnishment and Bank Levies
A).- We filling the Writ of Execution and memorandum of costs.
B).- We filling the Earning withholding order Or Sheriff’s Instructions with the proper Sheriff’s office. (Open the case)
C).- We Go to the employer’s or Financial Institution and Serve the correct documents.
D).- We Filling Proof of service with the sheriff’s office. (Close the Case)
WRIT OF EXCUTION $40.00 CHECK PAYABLE TO: ___SUPERIOR COURT.
WAGE GARNISHMENT $35.00 CHECK PAYABLE TO: ___COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.
BANK LEVY $40.00 CHECK PAYABLE TO: __COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.
EARNINGS WITHHOLDING ORDER
To levy on the debtor’s wages, you must give the Sheriff a completed application for earnings withholding order, the writ of execution and one copy, and a $35 fee deposit.
The employer is required to remit 25% of the debtor’s disposable (net) wages to the Sheriff. The withholding period begins 10 days after the earnings withholding order is served and continues for up to 10 years. Within 15 days after service of the order, the employer is also required to mail a completed employer’s return to the Sheriff indicating the status and income of the defendant. A copy of the employer’s return will be mailed to you.
To levy on (garnish) a bank account, you must give the Sheriff signed written instructions indicating the name and address of the bank (cross streets are unacceptable), the account number, if known, the writ of execution and two copies, and a $40 fee deposit.
Within 10 days after service of the garnishment, the bank is required to remit any money in the account at the time of levy, up to the amount of your judgment plus costs, to the Sheriff. The bank is also required to mail to the Sheriff a completed memorandum of garnishee indicating the status of the account. A copy of the memorandum will be mailed to you.
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